"Ikuinen Kaamos" 3" CD-R (eternal polar night). This recording does not exactly file under "happy music".
First track Kadonnut jälkiä jättämättä (lost without a trace) and 3rd track Pimeys vetää meitä puoleensa (darkness attracts us) are based on old Organ Favorites -LP that is played by broken record player via different delay and reverb pedals. Somehow Phantom of the Opera comes to my mind while hearing Pimeys.
Syttymissyy tuntematon 1 and 2 (cause of fire unknown) is based on Popol Vuh track played backwards at 1/10 and 2/10 speed. 2 is extended remix of 1 and more rhythmic.
Privatområde i Västerås (private grounds in Västerås) features a growling loop as a backbone. Over that come various noisy elements from television broadcasts, metal plate, Steim crackle box and interference noise from radio. Noisier than previous tracks.
Hölle (hell) was made back in 2006 by scratching, beating, shaking a Chilean rain stick and amplifying an electric fan. There is also distorted sound of me playing bass guitar by electric toothbrush. All sounds were driven through distortion, delay and reverb.
Äiti, joku tuijottaa meitä metsästä (mom, someone is glaring at us from the woods) is based on simple cello loop recorded while rehearsals at local music school. Cello loop has been treated by Korg kaoss pad. I Believe there will be more stuff based on those recordings sometime in the future.
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February 5, 2009 Subject:
from "Kuolleen musiikin yhdistys" website
Salakapakka Sound System’s second demo struck me with awe at once: Stuff of this quality simply doesn’t much appear as a “demo” these days. This time Marko Vierikko has created a set of short experimental tracks that combine electro-acoustics and dark ambient. They contain echoes of other artists within the scene(s), but are clearly in his own style. And the sound quality is great. Each and every track on this demo is excellent, yet two still rise above the others: Pimeys vetää meitä puoleensa, which resembles Empty Hollow –era Raison D’être, and the short opening track, Kadonnut jälkiä jättämättä. On this small disc actualizes every promise made by the preceding demo, with interest. I highly recommend checking it out especially if you’ve liked similar artists, such as Moljebka Pvlse or Ahasverus, already.